Great Britain’s Best Elvis impersonator to perform at Royston reunion event

PUBLISHED: 13:59 03 August 2016 | UPDATED: 13:59 03 August 2016

Mark Goddard

Mark Goddard


Great Britain’s Best Elvis impersonator – Royston’s very own Mark Goddard – will be performing a special gig for community group Royston-Past.

Members of the group are having their annual reunion at the Heath Sports & Social Club on August 20, and the fun will move over to Royston Football Club in the evening, where Mark will perform his tribute act.

Mark, who went to Meridian School, has been voted Great Britain’s Best Elvis and has appeared on GMTV. Tickets are £10 each and details can be obtained through the Royston - Past Facebook group, or by contacting Jenni Goldsmith at or on 07551 713395 or Gillian Barrett at or on 01763 243787. All profits will go to Royston Museum.


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